Bernadette Duncan (in: summer grass 124)

Wind of Change

The March sun removes the need to hold on to the coffee mug, and both hands are also needed to read Manfred Kyber's 'King Juggler' who was browsing and at the same time to prevent it from decaying.
A silk hen is dozing on the step to the terrace. At the annual fairs of the
Brought up for sale in the 18th century as a mixture between chicken and rabbit, it is now quite happy with its identity as a cute, flightless relative of the domestic chicken and also the motherly, 'Look, a little turkey!' from the garden fence it does not upset. The child so instructed peers curiously through the wooden slats.

after winter
an unknown flower
at the gate

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Year of publication: 2019

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